Origo's healthcare solutions are used daily by thousands of healthcare professionals in all major healthcare institutions across the country.
By using Smásaga, in-home nursing workers can document information about clients in real time through a smart phone which automatically registers the information straight into Saga, the individual’s electronic medical records. Smásaga therefore enables more quality control, better adherence to protocol and ease of work for staff.
What do our customers think about Origo's healthcare solutions?
The Covid-19 pandemic signficantly accelerated digital development in healthcare. Many of the challenges that arose, such as the organization of screening, the tracking of infections and the management of infected individuals, had to be solved with information technology. The Icelandic health system's solutions to these challenges attracted a great deal of attention outside the country, but the success is largely due to the great development of digital infrastructure.
Origo specialists are assisting the World Health Organization (WHO) in developing a digital vaccination certificate. Iceland is the first country to issue a digital vaccination certificate and the solution, developed by Origo, has attracted worldwide attention.
"It is really a great achievement to be able to put together such a large and complex project as the border screening in just 10 days. What made this possible is the broad range of Origo’s services and solutions which has enabled the company to tender for nearly all aspects of the solution...," says Björk Grétarsdóttir, project manager at Origo.
Health care workers are one of the pillars of society. Their work touch all our lives in various ways. Origo has been in the frontline of developing health care solutions and developed the Smásaga app for health care workers. That development was in the final stages when COVID-19 hit. The in-home nursing in the capital region asked us to implement the app quicker than originally scheduled so patients’ safety could be guaranteed.
Saga is an electronic system that manages medical records. The system is used in all major health institutions across Iceland, including private clinics and nursing homes
Hekla is a closed electronic communication network used to transmit data within the healthcare system.
Medicor is a comprehensive dispensing system for pharmacies. In addition to standard medication dispensing, Medicor receives electronic prescriptions and sends this information to social insurance.
Engage with healthcare professionals and access registered data on Heilsuvera.
Askja is our processing tool that processes data from Saga. It provides you with access to reporting on an Excel spreadsheet.
Deildarvaki provides an overview of all patients in the ward, including vital outpatient information.
A new electronic drug administration registration system allows nurses to keep track of drug collection, dosage and register administration.
Our healthcare solutions are based on an old foundation dating back to 1993, when the development of the medical records system Saga began.
Smásaga app makes health care workers able to digitally document medical records through a smart device and prevent wrong recording and loss of files.
Origo has developed Alma, a system that calculates social security amounting to ISK 85 billion each year for the Icelandic Social Insurance
Origo orchestrated solutions for COVID-19 testing at the border in 2020
7,000 digital prescriptions go through Origo's system every day